Toyota’s popular compact SUV comes in a lot of flavors: the regular-gas-powered RAV4, plus its fuel-sipping RAV4 Hybrid and plug-in-hybrid RAV4 Prime variants. For 2021, the Hybrid is getting a new trim level — XLE Premium — that brings some additional comfort and convenience features.
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The Hybrid model’s new XLE Premium trim is modeled off the gas version and slots between the XLE and XSE trims in the Hybrid’s lineup. Key features include:
- 18-inch, five-spoke, chrome-finished alloy wheels
- A power moonroof
- LED projector headlights with chrome bezels
- Automatic high beams
- LED daytime running lights
- Integrated foglamps
- Dual-zone automatic climate control with a dust and pollen filter, front center vent-flow controls and rear-seat vents
- A leather-trimmed tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel with audio controls
- SofTex faux-leather-trimmed seating surfaces
- An eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support and four-way adjustable front passenger seat with seatback pocket
- Five USB ports
- Power liftgate
- Smart key with push-button start
The XLE Premium trim starts at $33,675 (including a $1,175 destination fee) and is on sale now.
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